Mitchell Hawkins enjoys his life as a lightkeeper in a small Alaskan town on the coast—even when a huge storm threatens them.
Jacqueline Beckett lives and works in Washington, literally on the other side of the world. When she is sent to Alaska on official business, she meets the lightkeeper she has been having an online affair with for months.
Sparks fly even hotter in person between them but before they explore this, she has to investigate a development project that threatens his world.
Will greedy ruthlessness destroy what they’ve recently found in Amber Pacific or can they protect it all?
Christy Poff lives in southeastern Pennsylvania with her husband and two kids - her teenage daughter and her son who serves in the Air Force. Stationed in Minot, North Dakota – he is thankfully only a cell phone call away.
Previously, she wrote news articles for local newspapers and regional firefighting publications. With her articles, she added photography to her pieces. Writing for several years, she has a deep respect for the Civil War and has done extensive research into the times. This love and research have resulted in several Civil war novels.
She loves old cities with and history like Charleston and New Orleans, the wide-open spaces of Wyoming and the Dakotas plus seeing the rest of the U.S. and western Canada.
A volunteer firefighter for over twenty-five years, she’s been able to use her experience in several published works for others and even in some of her own work.
People wonder what she writes to – Brooks and Dunn, Gary Allan, Linkin Park, Nickelback, Harry Connick or whoever strikes her mood at the time. She loves to watch Iron Chef on the Food Network, CSI:Miami and reruns of Nash Bridges, Miami Vice, Night Court and JAG.